Our Own Nexus of Forces: Mobile, Cloud and Enterprise*

Cloud-ComputingEarly in the year, it’s always interesting to look at and think about Gartner’s Top 10 Strategic Technology Trends for 2014 (phew, that’s quite a mouthful). These are things that enterprises should be planning for over the next 3 years. This year’s trends include:

  • Mobile Device Diversity and Management: exploding variety of devices, BYOD and a doubling/tripling of the mobile workforce.
  • Mobile Apps and Applications: lots of buzzwords here but the bottom line is that JavaScript and HTML5 have reached the point where browsers are where it’s at for enterprise applications. That means lots of e-forms.
  • Cloud/Client Architecture: simply put, enterprises are getting comfortable with putting their stuff (including apps) in the cloud.

frevvo’s nicely positioned at this nexus of mobile, cloud and enterprise*. Our e-forms and workflows already use JavaScript, CSS3 and HTML5 and run in browsers. Automatic, responsive layouts make sure that you don’t have to worry about mobile diversity – it just works. And, we’ve been providing cloud solutions for years – every single day we see that our customers from big companies to hospitals to universities are getting comfortable with putting their critical applications in the cloud. On top of all this, they look beautiful, are easy to build, easy to use and extremely affordable.

What are you waiting for? Learn more quickly: check out one of our short videos and contact us if you have questions.

* 2 years ago Gartner came up with their Nexus of Forces: http://www.gartner.com/technology/research/nexus-of-forces/.

One Response to Our Own Nexus of Forces: Mobile, Cloud and Enterprise*

  1. Pingback: Cloud + Mobile = Inevitable !! | frevvoblog

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